Action / Comedy

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IMDb Rating 4.6 10 11448


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Alona Tal as Gina
Haley Bennett as Kendall
Nick Zano as Teague
Drake Bell as Kevin Brewer
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 4 / 10

college romp with weak leads

Kevin Brewer (Drake Bell) is going with bookish friend Morris Hooper for his scholarship meeting. His girlfriend Gina (Alona Tal) is going to Miami without him. She breaks up with him for being a dork. Fletcher tells the guys about a wild college weekend trip. Kevin decides to go partying with Morris and idiot best friend Carter Scott (Andrew Caldwell) at the University. He falls for college girl Kendall (Haley Bennett) and faces frat bully Teague (Nick Zano).

A large part of my dislike hinges on Andrew Caldwell. He is the standard fat loudmouth best friend. The problem is that he overplays the annoying card. He's far too unlikeable. His early interaction with his friends is off-putting. I need to laugh at him. Instead, I'm annoyed with him. Drake Bell is a dud. He's obviously trying grow out of his Nickelodeon TV show which I never saw. I don't blame him for trying but his acting is stiff. I like the endearing dorky third wheel Morris. On the other hand, Kenall is also a dud. Haley Bennett has always struck me as a high maintenance girl. She fits Gina much better and Alona Tal would have been a superior Kendall as a girl next door. This is not a particular special college party romp and the leads lack good charisma.

Reviewed by supertech2007 7 / 10

It is what it is

When you consider this was practically an independent film with no big name writers or directors or film studio backing it all up, it's pretty damn good. If you haven't watched every movie like it before, and stop comparing it to everything before it, you might be able to pull your head out of your butt long enough to actually enjoy it. Sure it's not "Primer" indie gold, but for what it is, it's a good way to waste an hour or so. I would certainly watch this before something like Sharknado which is currently in it's second sequel - how I have no idea. There does seem to be an audience for it, and it has a bit of a "cult" type following and will probably be a cult classic in time, much like a lot of movies that "professional reviewers" love to hate. Honestly, if a movie gets astoundingly bad reviews from those that review everything - I tend to like the movie.

Reviewed by Python Hyena 3 / 10

College At Its Worst.

College (2008): Dir: Deb Hagen / Cast: Drake Bell, Andrew Caldwell, Kevin Covais, Haley Bennett, Ryan Pinkston: Vulgar teen comedy about experience. Three high school seniors decide to check out the college scene in preparation for the following year. Instead of an exciting time they become the brunt of many cruel jokes launched by a senior frat house. Director Deb Hagan is not given a screenplay of any worth. Perhaps a viewing of National Lampoon's Animal House might have better inspired her. Drake Bell suffered a breakup and decides to add more excitement to his life. If that is truly the case then he would have starred in a different film than this. Perhaps this film is part of the countless cruel jokes he had to endure. Andrew Caldwell plays a loud and obnoxious friend and that is his basic function from start to finish. Kevin Covais is steered by his parents but it is clear that he will be coaxed into rebelling, which leads to a job interview gone wrong, and a session involving puke and a toilet. Haley Bennett plays the standard romantic interest who does little more than look stunning and somehow end up with the hero whom in reality she wouldn't be caught in public with. Ryan Pinkston makes this a career move towards more adult, but not more mature roles. None of them are any better off in the end. It aims low with drunkenness, vomiting and other lewd acts. Score: 3 / 10

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